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cancer in the next ten years... se w the white house plans to do it. kara 2shot good morning everyone... i'm kara sewell. rob 2shot and i'm rob williams. we want to get a check of your forecast with frank marzullo. another mild day on tap with temperatures climbing to 62 degrees. we stay dry this morning and early afternoon before rain and thunderstorms out ahead of a cold front start to move in towards the evening commute. the tri state is under a slight risk for severe storms this severe weather chances in biggest issues wind and heavy rain. out tornado development that us in the tri state. with temps in the into the 30s by then much cooler 30s to end the greater cincinnati
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water works infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the starting monday, closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day. the project is expected to take six weeks. breaking now...
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for the first caucus of the year... and ted cruz has won in iowa. cruz finished ahead of donald trump and marco rubio, who were close behind in second and third. our sara celi is live in studio to break it down. sara bam r this race was decided early on in the night...before all the votes were even counted. but as you can see, it was still pretty close, with cruz winning by a few thousand votes. with these three candidates...cruz, trump and rubio all big winners on the night. a reminder that a caucus is not a winner take all. so you can see the top 3, all came away with a decent amount of delegates. ted cruz says his victory in iowa was a statement...about who the next president will be. "iowa has sent notice, that the republican nominee and the next president of the united states will not be chosen by the media but will be chosen by the most incredible, powerful force where all sovereignty resides in our nation by we, the
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people." cruz wasn't the only one who gave a victory speech... marco rubio was also ecstatic about his night. "tonight, here in iowa, the people of this great state have sent a very clear message. after seven years of barack obama, we are not waiting any longer to take our country back." the democratic race was much tighter than the republican race...with hillary clinton determined the clear winner, just hours ago. i'll update those results... and bring you reaction in our next half hour. president obama is following through on his promise to pour money into a new task force, that is hoping to cure cancer within five years. the white house launched the program monday....with a billion dollar proposal...with most of that money coming from the federal budget. the task force includes top
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secretaries, and d-a they hope to use technology to carry out high-risk, research, aimed at - in a short time. "our goal is to make a decade's worth of advances in five years instead of ten, and eventually end cancer trying to make incremental change, we're looking for "all of this is part of laying the groundwork that's why i think the the president has drawn here is appropriate." president obama says his goal is to have the funding for this initiative in place...so the next administration can take over, without further burdening the budget. it's tax season--and that means it's also the season for scam artists looking to make a quick buck. indiana attorney general greg zoeller is warning you to watch out for potential scammers. he says if an offer
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probably is. he also warned of new technology scammers use to take advantage of their victims. we also like to emphasize what it says on the called id is not exactly the person who is calling all the time they have the technology to change what the caller id says so make sure you don't trust that info all the time zoeller says if you feel like you've become a victim of fraud...or just want to report suspected activity...contact his office. rob ots the n-t-s-b wants to driving blood officials say by the time it reaches point-08, the standard, the risk of a fatal crash has more than doubled. they are requesting that states consider loweing the limit to the n-t-s-b can't only make recommendations to states to enact legislation. groundhog day is today! you're looking live at the preparations
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of course...the legend has it if the groundhog sees his shadow, winter will be 6 weeks groundhog sees his shadow, winter will be 6 weeks groundhog sees his shadow, winter will be 6 weeks longer. this takes place in punxsutawney, punk-suh-tawn-ee pennsylvania every year...and it's scheduled to happen in about an hour. we'll take it live when the groundhog makes his prediction... but if you don't like his forecast....fear not...in the last 28 percent of the we're giving away another 50 dollar gas card today! we're giving away another 50 dollar gas card today! along with a chance to win our grand prize...a 2 day stay at the french lick hotel. stick around for the drawing later in the show...and sign up if you haven't. also ahead...a video is going viral of a reporter snapping when he's bothered by a rowdy fan. see what he does to this guy, next.
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brought the money. okay? you never said anything in the meantime about, 'well, it has to go in front of the city council.' plus...a fight breaks about between an ohio officer and city council officials, as the cop tries to keep his k-9 partner. we'll tell you how the heated meeting turned out, next. fox19 weather open
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tap with temperatures climbing to 62 degrees. we stay dry this morning and early afternoon before rain and thunderstorms out ahead of a cold front start to move in towards the evening commute. the tri state is under a slight risk for severe storms this evening with our best chance of severe weather after 7pm. i will keep storm chances in forecast up until about 2am with our biggest issues being damaging wind and heavy rain. while i can not rule out tornado development that risk is very low for us in the tri state. rain will taper wednesday morning with temps in the
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into the 30s by afternoon. then much cooler and seasonal with highs in the upper 30s to end the week. as part of the greater cincinnati
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greater cincinnati water works effort at continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day. the project is expected to take six weeks. chipotle could finally be through the e-coli outbreak chipotle could finally be through the e-coli outbreak .. the c-d-c is giving the restaurant a clean bill of health... after dozens of customers in several states...reported getting sick after eating at chipotle restaurants. no deaths have been reported. to win back customers, chipotle is planning deep discounts for the upcoming super bowl weekend. the government of honduras has
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emergency, saying it has recorded more than 35- hundred suspected cases of zika virus infections in less than three months. health officials are urging residents to remove outdoor water containers that serve as breeding grounds which transmit the virus. this, just hours after the world organization called the zika outbreak in the americans an international emergency. you've seen it time and again...rowdy fans getting in the way of a reporter. a video is now going viral, of an italian reporter...saying enough is enough. watch...as he tries to keep his composure, but then finally snaps. taking the man's item...and attacking him with it! it's probably one of the worst burglary attempts you'll ever hear... after the break, how one intruder was stopped, by his love of pizza. toyota billboard
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climbing to 62 degrees. we stay dry this morning and early afternoon before rain and thunderstorms out ahead of a cold front start to move in towards the evening commute. the tri state is under a slight risk for severe storms this evening with our best chance of severe weather after 7pm. i will keep storm chances in forecast up until about 2am with our biggest issues being damaging wind and heavy rain. while i can not rule out tornado development that risk is very low for us in the tri state. rain will taper
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wednesday falling into the 30s by afternoon. carstar traffic as part of the greater cincinnati water works
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greater cincinnati continuous crews will be pippin road water main project pippin road will be banning road business day. expected to take six weeks. happening today kara hplaz the city of cincinnati is trying to book one of the the city of cincinnati is trying to book one of the largest conventions since the 20-12 world choir games... which would have a huge impact on the city. you can see they've lit up the cincinnati sign in their colors...for the convention dissolve our jordan vilines is live at the duke energy center with the details. live
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top decision makers of lions club international, the world's largest service club association, will visit cincinnati feb. 1-3 to review the city's bid as host for its prestigious 2021 international convention. the lions 2021 convention could bring up to 18,000 attendees using more than 30,000 hotel room nights and delivering more than $9 million in visitor spending to the region. it would represent one of the largest conventions booked in cincinnati since the 2012 world choir games and one of the largest meetings booked in the past decade. the goal of the site visit will be to showcase cincinnati as a global city and highlight the region's recent urban renewal, accessibility, and hospitality. cincinnati is one of three finalists for the 2021 event bid. the host city decision will be made by march 1, 2016. "securing the lions international convention would be an important success for our region in so much more than hotel
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usa convention & mindedness of the dedication to community service community's charitable, international ties. cincinnati usa's visit." live kara cam now let's take a look at some of the stories coming up new for you at kara gfx with taking selfies...you may want to change why doctors say you. kara gfx some super bowl have been released... we'll show you one that's getting a lot of love, this morning. kara gfx could help eliminate multiple diseases. these stories and our next half hour. a crazy story out of pennsylvania this morning...where a burglary went horribly wrong...because the intruder, just couldn't lay off some pizza. this man broke into a building shortly after a company but when he found couldn't help himself to a meal...and a nap. "so the fridge was filled with left over pizza. and
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dumped a whole bunch of stuff out- took pizzas out and there's trails of pizza leading to the back like a baby on a pile of pillows." police responded after the alarm went off...and burglar asleep, with pizza everywhere. was one of the he's ever made. tonight, breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you iowa!" the democratic race in iowa is won by a razor thin margin... we'll break down what clinton's victory means in the race for president, next. frank weather open
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climbing to 62 degrees. we stay dry this morning and early afternoon before rain and thunderstorms out ahead of a cold front start to move in towards the evening commute. the tri
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evening with our best chance of severe weather after 7pm. i will keep storm chances in forecast up until about 2am with our biggest issues being damaging wind and heavy rain. while i can not rule out tornado development that risk is very low for us in the tri state. rain will taper wednesday morning with temps in the upper 40s to start wednesday falling into the 30s by afternoon. new this morning new this morning... detained oregon militia leader ammon bundy's father has detained oregon militia leader ammon bundy's father has ordered protesters to keep occupying the wildlife refuge in burns. this, after ammon urged the remaining four protesters to turn themselves in to police. bundy will be back in court today... he is seeking to be p-s ankle bracelet until his trial. an update for a you yesterday... southeast ohio officer will get to marietta officer retiring after 34 force...but he wanted to bring his partner with him. city officials say
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retirement, hickey has to work as an to keep him. in a fierce fight with city officials hickey said the dog should be his...because he raised enough money. you needed the money. i brought the money. okay? you never said about, 'well, it has to go council.' i brought you the money, i retired, and i wanted to go out of there with the dog." after the argument...hickey agreed to take the part time position, so he could keep ajax. it's unclear what will happen to the 65 thousand dollars raised on gofundme to help hickey keep the dog. hplaz have you signed up for our watch and win promotion yet? have you signed up for our watch and win promotion yet? you could win a vacation package to french lick hotels. plus, we're are giving away a 50 dollar gas card every weekday...this month. to scan sign up at the top of our website. and watch between 6 and 7 am we'll announce today's winner...in a bit.
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and i'm rob williams... let's get a look at our forecast with frank another mild day on tap with temperatures climbing to 62 degrees. we stay dry this morning and early afternoon before rain and thunderstorms out ahead of a cold front start to move in towards the evening commute. the tri state is under a slight risk for severe storms this evening with our best chance of severe weather after 7pm. i will keep storm chances in forecast up until about 2am with our biggest issues being damaging wind and heavy rain. while i can not rule out tornado development that risk is very low for us in the tri state. rain will taper wednesday morning with temps in the upper 40s to start wednesday falling into the 30s by afternoon. denise does traffic as part of the greater cincinnati water works
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continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day.
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six weeks. happening now police are investigating after investigating after two shootings in mt. airy, just a couple of hours apart. one person was injured when at least one shot was fired on hillvista lane around 5 p-m... no word on a condition. about two hours later... a victim was shot twice outside of a gas station at north bend road and colerain avenue. officials say 23- year-old devante settles was taken u-c hospital and is expected to recover. happening today happening today... a man accused of sexually assaulting two patients at good samaritan hospital, is set to face those charges. an affadavit states, 56-year-old mark rivers groped two women last month. one patient notified a nurse but rivers ran away before he
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he's charged with sexual imposition. also today... a northern kentucky babysitter convicted of abuse, is set to learn her fate. desiree rankin will be sentenced after accepting a plea deal for two counts of criminal abuse. she harmed two children while in received the rankin will be sentenced in a campbell county courtroom later this morning. hillary clinton has just been declared the winner over bernie sanders..in the year. our sara celi is live down... sara this race was really close, all night long, right? sara bam r that's right...clinton had a minor edge on sanders throughout the slowly gaining got to this point. 99 percent of the votes in....and just points separating presidential hopefuls. but, finally...just a couple hours
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winner. both candidates say they are happy with the results. i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment and by the way to the media establishment "the reason that we have done so well here in iowa. the reason i believe we'll do so well in new hampshire and any of the other states that follow. the reason is the american people are saying no to a rigged economy.
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hopefuls... coming up in the next half hour. with the first results of the year...a lot of presidential hopefuls found themselves with fewer votes than they had hoped, and have dropped out. former maryland governor martin o'malley ended his democratic presidential campaign midway through vote- counting in the iowa caucuses. early results showed o'malley garnering less than 1 percent. and former arkansas governor mike huckabee dropped out on the republican side... saying he knows that voters are "sick" of him. beware of taking too many selfies...it could hurt your close relationships. we'll tell you why after the break. plus, we'll have a check of your
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traffic conditions... it is hot today! but unfortunately this won't last. frank will tell you when the cool down hits, next. "fox19 now never stops. take us with you wherever you go. download the fox 19 weather now app for live street level radar in your neighborhood. and lightning tracker warns you the instant lightning is detected near you. search fox 19 weather now in the app store or google play frank weather open
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another mild day on tap with temperatures climbing to 62 degrees. we stay dry this morning and early afternoon before rain and thunderstorms out ahead of a cold front start to move in towards the evening commute. the tri state is under a evening with our after 7pm. i will forecast up until being damaging while i can not rule risk is very low for us in the tri state. rain will taper wednesday morning with temps in the upper 40s to start wednesday falling into the 30s by afternoon. as part of the greater cincinnati
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continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day. the project is expected to take six weeks. new this morning...
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bevin is now accusing steve beshear of ignoring the law... and allowing louisville's new planned parenthood to perform abortions without a license. the facility started doing the procedures last week, even though it was not licensed. thee organization says it went ahead with the blessing of then-inspector general maryellen mynear. " we have followed to the letter the process that was outlined for us, time and time and time again over the last couple of months." the facility has stopped performing abortions over the weekend after receiving a cease and desist order and the organization says it has applied for a license. rob ots british scientists have been given the
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genes of human embryos....hoping to figure out ways to modify genetics, to eliminate certain illnesses. this is the first will be publically funded. modification before...but with limited success. super bowl advertisements...yo u'll like this. after the you a sneak peak at the heinz wiener dog commercial. and congratulations to kim colston from newport....she is winner today! kim, call us back in 10 minutes, and you'll win a 50 dollar gas card. and if you call... you'll automatically be entered to win a 2 night vacation package at the french lick springs hotel. call us...at 513-45- fox19. kara gfx
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19 now gas gauge report.. the cheapest in the area... udf at madison road and taylor avenue $1.47 cheapest in florence.. thornton's at industrial road and safeway drive $1.44 happening today happening today across the tri- state... the oakley cinemark will hold a screening of "an act of love". it tells the story of reverend frank schaefer's conflict with united methodist leadership over his officiating a same- sex marriage. a discussion and q- and-a will follow. a new hotel is
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a-c hotel at liberty center is part of a new breed of lifestyle hotels targeting millennial and business travelers. it features a bar with local craft beers and a restaurant that serves up european-inspired breakfasts. rob 2shot more news in just a moment but first we want to check your forecast. kara 2shot frank has a look at today's weather. another mild day on tap with degrees. we stay afternoon before rain and thunderstorms out ahead of a cold the evening slight risk for evening with our after 7pm. i will forecast up until about 2am with our biggest issues being damaging wind and heavy rain. while i can not rule out tornado risk is very low for
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with temps in the upper 40s to start wednesday falling into the 30s by afternoon. carstar traffic as part of the
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water works effort at continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. business day. the project is happening today it's day two of a visit from a major organization... lions club leaders are the queen city, to decide whether cincinnati should host a major conference. rob dblbx our jordan vilines is live to explain what the impact would be.
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cincinnati, oh january 31, 2016 top decision makers of lions club international, the world's largest service club association, will visit cincinnati feb. 1-3 to review the
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convention. the lions 2021 convention could bring up to 18,000 attendees using more than 30,000 hotel room nights and delivering more than $9 million in visitor spending to the region. it would represent one of the largest conventions booked in cincinnati since the 2012 world choir games and one of the largest meetings booked in the past decade. the goal of the site visit will be to showcase cincinnati as a global city and highlight the region's recent urban renewal, accessibility, and hospitality. cincinnati is one of three finalists for the 2021 event bid. the host city decision will be made by march 1, 2016. "securing the lions international convention would be an important success for our region in so much more than hotel room nights," said dan lincoln, president and ceo of the cincinnati usa convention & visitors bureau. "the global- mindedness of the lions and their dedication to community service parallels our community's charitable, welcoming nature and strong international ties. we look forward to sharing cincinnati usa's compelling story during this site visit." live kara ots beware of taking too many selfies...it could hurt your beware of taking too many selfies...it could hurt your relationship. a new study out of florida state university shows people who post a bunch of selfies online...had more conflict with their partners. researchers say the person was typically too focused on themselves, and not giving enough attention to their partner. meanwhile...the super bowl ads have started to come out. check out what have started to come out. check out what heinz came up with... a group of wiener dogs shown running across a field to reach a family of condiments. you can't go wrong with a bunch of puppies, right?
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this news. after the break, food, you'll love we'll tell you airliner is bringing back complimentary snacks. and you're taking a live look outside... your morning...but severe weather in the forecast frank has your forecast, next. toyota billboard weather open fe a cold sore coming on? only abreva can heal it in as w aswond a half days when used at the first sign. penrates deep and starts to work immediately tolock the virus and protect healthy cells.. dot tough it out, knk it out, fast.
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degrees. we stay dry this morning and early afternoon before rain and thunderstorms out ahead of a cold front start to move in towards the evening commute. the tri state is under a slight risk for severe storms this evening with our best chance of severe weather after 7pm. i will keep storm chances in forecast up until about 2am with our biggest issues being damaging wind and heavy rain. while i can not rule
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development that risk is very low for us in the tri state. rain will taper wednesday morning with temps in the upper 40s to start wednesday falling into the 30s by afternoon. then much cooler and seasonal with highs in the upper 30s to end the
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toss to denise for traffic after more than a decade ... free snacks are back on the biggest u.s. airline...american. most airlines dropped complimentary snacks after 9-11. delta was the only major airline that kept it throughout. also today -- american airlines will not only offer free snacks... but will also provide free entertainment options in their coach cabins. hello...how from the other side adele is saying 'goodbye' to donald trump ...
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gave him permission to use her music at his campaign events. but it's not just trump...she says she hasn't given permission for her music to be used by any of the presidential hopefuls. have you seen this? a 20-year old grad student from london wrote a letter to nestle...after she claims she ate 8 kit kat bars...without the traditional wafer layers. and she's asking for a lifetime of kit kats...citing monetary and emotional loss." nestle has not commented. rob 2shot bam center now here's a look at the three things you need to know before heading out kara 2shot bam center hillary clinton and ted cruz won their parties caucus in iowa...in what's being called the closest race there in history. reaction from both sides...and what it all means...all morning long. after the results came down...2 more hopefuls say they're ending their campaign.. martin o'malley for the democrats...and mike huckabee for the gop.
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today...as his lawyers try to get sexual assault charges dropped... all eyes will be on punxsutawney, pennsylvania this morning..... that's where famous groundhog punxsutawney phil will make his annual weather prediction...at sunrise...around 7- 25.! that's it for this hour... but don't go away... fox19now continues... show open kara 2shot good morning, i'm kara sewell. rob 2shot and i'm rob williams. congratulations to kim colston... meteorologist
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